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Section: News from Ukraine

    Donbas conflict: 49 attacks reported in ATO zone

    Despite a high number of shelling, Ukrainian Armed Forces did not suffer losses …read more Source:...

    Health reform to face delay unless crucial bill passed in Rada, – acting Minister Suprun

    Healthcare reform will not start on time, if the parliament fails to pass the key law on state financial guarantees for the provision of medical services and medicines before May 16, 2017. …read more Source:...

    Akhmetov warned Yanukovych’s son against buying coal from his mines in separatist-held territories of Ukraine

    The remaining anthracite in the uncontrolled territory is illegal, as reported by DTEK (Donbass Fuel and Energy Company). The DTEK energy holding company, owned by Rinat Akhmetov, sent an official letter to the company Donbasenergo, controlled by Alexander Yanukovych, cautioning him not to buy coal from the nationalized mines in the...

    Ukrainian soldier KIA around Avdiivka, – ATO Staff

    A Ukrainian serviceman died in combat in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area in the Donbas. …read more Source:...

    Samoylova about travel ban: I continue to practice, everything can still change

    Russian singer noted that she is not upset with Kyiv’s decision …read more Source:...

    Rada committee to pick new candidates for NABU auditor, – MP Yehor Soboliev

    Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Corruption Prevention and Counteraction Yehor Soboliev says new candidates for the position of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) auditor will be looked for. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian soldier killed as a result of shelling on stronghold near Avdiivka

    Situation in ATO zone remains tense …read more Source:...

    Russia is building a large number of warships

    Military shipbuilding enterprises in Russia are busy with orders that will run through to 2023. During a press briefing, the President of the United Shipbuilding Corporation said, “With regard to military shipbuilding, it’s true that presently we are busy until 2021-2023. Most of our enterprises have never experienced such a load, not...

    “Decision will be made,” – Minister Nasalyk on Russia coal ban

    The Cabinet of Ministers is set to ban imports of thermal coal from the Russian Federation. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine increased imports of coal from Canada

    In January 2017, Ukrainian companies imported $48.2 million CAD ($36.2 million USD) in Canadian coking coal, as told to Interfax-Ukraine News Agency by Canada’s ambassador to Ukraine, Roman Waschuk. He noted that the province of British Columbia has significant reserves and production capability of coking coal, so the amount sent to Ukraine...

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